Time to fall asleep
Would be great if the Sleep view would show me how long it took me to fall asleep, what my average is and what a normal time to fall asleep would be.
Add a way to show body battery reserve throughout the day. In a way, it's the opposite of the stress graph
Strength Training Strain
Calculate strength training workout strain in addition to traditional cardiovascular strain. Perhaps add a post workout form to insert total weight lifted, total sets and reps to then calculate muscle strain. Or one day implement strength training workouts in app to build workouts and have live sets and reps. (Integrate Hevy app like workout natively to get strength training info from users, or maybe pull workout info from apps like Hevy and Strong)
Since we have sleep needed. Would be great to have a recommended bedtime to a set wake time.
It would be great to see some more health metrics in the sleep tab, including sleep SPO2 and respiration rate so we can compare those over time.
I recently injured myself so I can’t run for a couple of weeks. It would be nice if there were a way to set my training goal: resting, building, maintaining, etc; so I wouldn’t see that “goal” mocking me each day that I’m unable to attain.
Heart rate widget
A heart rate widget like the apple heart rate one where you can see the peaks and troughs throughout the day and detail as to the min and max HRs
Add average MET's to Activities
When an activity is tracked using an apple watch the activity records what called Average METs. It would be cool if on an activity in superset we could display the average METs for that activity using the value calculated from apple health. I think it would be best displayed as a single metric because while it would be cool to have a MET graph the values are not recorded against an activity but instead recorded throughout the day. So to display it as a graph you would have to retrieve all of the MET values between the start and end date of the activity to display it. I ma also not sure how well utilised it could be used as a graph as it essentially just shows intensity/ calories burned during that minute of exercise, so it should almost directly relate to the heart rate graph. Definition: "The MET(metabolic equivalent of task) is are a unit of exercise intensity that indicates how many times more energy is consumed compared to when resting is 1." So for a swim or run you could expect to have a met around 6-8 as you utilise energy much quicker than at rest.